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Signing of a working arrangement between CEPOL and the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia

01 September 2017

Belgrade, 1st September 2017

September 2017 marks the signing of an historical working arrangement between the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) and the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia. This agreement will allow for the first time in history to enhance the effectiveness of law enforcement in the fight against crime, especially cross-broder crime in Europe, by conducting common trainings for law enforcement officials to raise awareness and increase knowledge of international and European cooperation...

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Participation in Online Master Dissertations - Register Now

01 September 2017

CEPOL is running its first European Joint Master Programme. There will be on line Master Thesis Dissertations from 1st September until 14th September 2017.

The Dissertations are public and if you would like to follow a Master Thesis Dissertations online, you are invited to join any of the below 90-minute online defences.

To access the dissertation you are interested in listening to, please click on the relevant webinar link(s) and register:

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Working Arrangement between the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and CEPOL is finalised

24 August 2017

On 24 August 2017, the Minister of Interior of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia H.E Mr Oliver Spasovski and CEPOL’s Head of Operations Mr Detlef Schroeder have stipulated, via exchange of letters, a working arrangement at CEPOL Headquarters in Budapest.

The working arrangement will allow for a greater and closer degree of cooperation, and enable, inter alia, more systematic access for Macedonian law enforcement officials to CEPOL activities, thereby enhancing the mutual exchange of experiences and knowledge, and assisting...

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